Local Police Forces & Non-Military Federal Agencies are Preparing to FIGHT a War, but against Whom?

Since the Afghan War is ending, the question that should come to mind is this:  Just who are the local Police & Non-Military Federal Agencies plan on Fighting?  Why has the Federal Government bought over One (1) Billion rounds of Hollow Point ammunition, that is ILLEGAL to use in WAR according to the Geneva Convention?

We should all know by now how the Local Police, the US Military and Federal Non-Military Agencies, having been doing all sorts of Joint Training in Cities all across America, the last few years, right?

Our Borders have not been Secured as we all know, so they are not training to Protect or Defend them and we have NO Threat of being Invaded by a Foreign Country, wanting to over-run America right?  We also know, that Federal Immigration Laws are NOT being Enforced by the Federal Government, in fact they continue to release them into the streets, right?

We also know that the NSA has been Spying on us, tracking everything we do whether it is online, what we buy and they even record & listen to our Phones and read our Emails & Text Messaging, right?

Though all the events of what is transpiring across America mean ‘nothing’ by themselves, when you put them all ‘together’ it shows us what the Federal Government is really training for and explains why they have been Buying all the Ammunition, Weapons, and Military Combat Vehicles for Non-Military Agencies…

The only thing they can be doing is this

They are Preparing for War against the People of the United States!

I am not a nutcase, I have just been putting the Pieces of the Puzzle together and the Picture it shows is not good for anyone who ‘Believes in the Constitution and Bill of Rights’…

Long Live the Republic!!!

The article below shows another piece of the Puzzle and I checked out the sources in it, to be legitimate.

US Postal Service Announces Giant Ammo Purchase

Post Office joins other federal agencies stockpiling over two billion rounds of ammo

Kit Daniels
Infowars.com
February 5, 2014

The U.S. Postal Service is currently seeking companies that can provide “assorted small arms ammunition” in the near future.

The U.S. Postal Service joins the long list of non-military federal agencies purchasing large amounts of ammunition.

On Jan. 31, the USPS Supplies and Services Purchasing Office posted a notice on the Federal Business Opportunities website asking contractors to register with USPS as potential ammunition suppliers for a variety of cartridges.

“The United States Postal Service intends to solicit proposals for assorted small arms ammunition,” the notice reads, which also mentioned a deadline of Feb. 10.

The Post Office published the notice just two days after Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) announced his proposal to remove a federal gun ban that prevents lawful concealed carry holders from carrying handguns inside post offices across the country.

Ironically the Postal Service isn’t the first non-law enforcement agency seeking firearms and ammunition.

Since 2001, the U.S. Dept. of Education has been building a massive arsenal through purchases orchestrated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

The Education Dept. has spent over $80,000 so far on Glock pistols and over $17,000 on Remington shotguns.

Back in July, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration also purchased 72,000 rounds of .40 Smith & Wesson, following a 2012 purchase for 46,000 rounds of .40 S&W jacketed hollow point by the National Weather Service.

NOAA spokesperson Scott Smullen responded to concerns over the weather service purchase by stating that it was meant for the NOAA Fisheries Office of Law Enforcement for its bi-annual “target qualifications and training.”

That seems excessive considering that JHP ammunition is typically several times more expensive than practice rounds, which can usually be found in equivalent power loadings and thus offer similar recoil characteristics as duty rounds.

Including mass purchases by the Dept. of Homeland Security, non-military federal agencies combined have purchased an estimated amount of over two billion rounds of ammunition in the past two years.

Additionally, the U.S. Army bought almost 600,000 Soviet AK-47 magazines last fall, enough to hold nearly 18,000,000 rounds of 7.62x39mm ammo which is not standard-issue for either the U.S. military or even NATO.

It would take a Lockheed Martin C-5 Galaxy, one of the largest cargo aircraft in the world, two trips to haul that many magazines.

A month prior, the army purchased nearly 3,000,000 rounds of 7.62x39mm ammo, a huge amount but still only 1/6th of what the magazines purchased can hold in total.

The Feds have also spent millions on riot control measures in addition to the ammo acquisitions.

Earlier this month, Homeland Security spent over $58 million on hiring security details for just two Social Security offices in Maryland.

DHS also spent $80 million on armed guards to protect government buildings in New York and sought even more guards for federal facilities in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

While the government gears up for civil unrest and stockpiles ammo without limit, private gun owners on the other hand are finding ammunition shelves empty at gun stores across America, including shortages of once-common cartridges such as .22 Long Rifle.

This article was posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at 1:36 pm

U.S. Postal Service Announces Giant Ammo Purchase

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